"Anikulapo" Salmon Tribe TeeRegular price $24.99 Sale price $19.99 Save $5.00
The musician known as Fela Kuti, changed his last name ( surname ) to Anikulapo which means "He who carries death in his pouch." Fela interprets this meaning as "I will be the master of my own destiny." This shirt is a symbol of the mastery of our own destiny we all possess. All tribes all over the globe, diverse and united as masters of our fate.
Spread the LOVE for Africa and our diaspora with our handmade designs that were produced in Accra, Ghana. Featuring a sleek, stylish design, our clothing provides optimum comfort and movement while making an empowering statement when on the go or simply just getting comfy.
Unisex Shirt Designs For Both Men and Women
- Stylish Hand Stitched Brand Arm Logo
- Unique Front and Back Print Design
- 100% Pre-shrunk Cotton
- Double-needle Stitched For Durability
- Soft Comfortable Fabric
**Our shirts are primarily UNISEX unless specified. Unisex fit is equivalent to a women’s fitted tee if sized appropriately. Please reference our sizing chart below to select the best fit for your gender and size.**
Unisex XS = Mens XS = Womens S
Unisex S = Mens S = Womens M
Unisex M = Mens M = Womens L
Unisex L = Mens L = Womens XL
Unisex XL = Mens XL = Womens XXL
Love Tribe Supply is an apparel line founded in 2009 geared toward bringing awareness to our ancestral African roots and while celebrating our connection to the African Diaspora. The African diaspora is worldwide collection of communities that have inspired generations, changing the lives of many, and it is our mission to shed as much light on our connections while celebrating each culture's individuality through our clothing brand.
Celebrating our community is equally as important as being apart of it. We are also doing our part by providing opportunities for people within the community by employing from African-American, Latin-American, Caribbean, Afro-Asian, and African communities at every step of our supply chain to empower, uplift and inspire as many people who are apart of the African diaspora possible!